N Chandrababu Naidu: During his discussion with the President, Naidu stated that “state-sponsored” terror in Andhra Pradesh has reached “unimaginable heights,” endangering democracy, institutions, and the state’s very fabric.
On Tuesday, Naidu will meet with.
During his discussion with the. President, Naidu stated that “state-sponsored” terror in Andhra. Pradesh has reached “unimaginable heights,” endangering democracy, institutions, and the state’s very fabric.
The. TDP insisted in the document that “Article. 356 is not something to be imposed casually” and that it “does not condone its implementation except under dire circumstances,” and that “we strongly urge you to see the existing situation in. Andhra. Pradesh has been described as “the gravest of dreadful situations, practically unmatched in the history of independent India” over the last two and a half years..”
For instance, “Other jurisdictions where. Article 356 was enacted saw a catastrophic breakdown of law and order, armed insurgent resistance, widespread popular opposition, or political instability during government formation. “I firmly believe that the case of. Andhra Pradesh presents a one-of-a-kind combination of circumstances,” it stated. Therefore, “The ruling party and state government, in conjunction with the police system, are facilitating the breakdown of law and order… Before this condition of anarchy in. AP develops to further risks and social evils that endanger both state and national security, the Centre must intervene.”
Click here: Sanjiv Goenka: Team’s valuation would be a multiple of a few times over 10 years
Read more about: Aakash Chopra says “We don’t know if West Indies have actually come for the T20 World Cup or on a tourist visa” in T20 World Cup 2021
Visit also: Gujarati Culture and Cuisine